media centers

elementary school library

maxine lower school media center

lower school students attend enrichment weekly in the media center to learn library skills and other lessons to enhance classroom instruction. our lower school media specialist works closely with classroom teachers to plan ways to enhance upcoming units as well as ways to incorporate research and literature into their work in all subject areas. students are also able to self-select and check out books of personal interest and/or resources that will enable them to complete assignments or acquire a more complete understanding of a concept covered in the classroom.

reading knights

the reading knights program is an incentive program to encourage reading and instill a lifelong love of books in our lower school students. the program aligns with the reading units in each grade level and is divided into quarters. each quarter students will read a certain number of books and record them on their reading knights' log. students will be recognized at the end of each quarter in their media class for meeting their quarter goal. students who meet their goal all four quarters will be recognized in a special end-of-year chapel, with special recognition for students who have participated throughout their entire lower school experience. for more information please contact lower school media specialist, katey balikian, at

 Bryte Little Efird Middle & upper school Media Center

Students in a library
computers in a library

the bryte little efird media center features extensive technology and collaboration zones designed specifically for middle and upper school students. the new media center includes a touch screen interactive tv featuring school events; a digital hearth tv; collaborative booth tvs; a smart technology interactive projector; private meeting space for faculty professional development; and numerous charging stations and work spaces for students to use their macbooks or work collaboratively on group projects. for more information please contact middle/upper school media specialist, jessica ramsey, at